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of the hardest hit areas. friday's storms killed at least 39 people across five states. parts of southern indiana and kentucky were just devastated. 21 people died in kentucky where the governor has asked for federal assistance. terrell brown is in henryville, indiana with the latest. good morning, terrell. >> betty, good morning to you. it was the unseasonably warm air that triggered these deadly storms causing damage that you see here like this. would you believe three days later, snow is falling across the same region and their timing couldn't be any worse as thousands here don't have power. people in henryville, indiana, are working together distributing water and sifting through donated supplies, food and clothing as they start to rebuild their lives. >> we're a tight knit place and we pull together when tragedy. >> two tornadoes hit henryville friday. one of them packed winds in excess of 165 miles per hour. the cleanup is under way, but it's going to take time and henryville school officials are trying to figure out how they'll finish the rest of the year. the elementary, middle and high s
. >>> indiana republican senator dick lugeer avoided embarrassing confrontation with the local election officials but correspondent steve brown reports he faces a tough re-election channel from the right. >> i am a hoosier. >> but the six-term republican senator ability to vote in indiana had been in doubt. election officials recently ruled lugeer's only home of 30 plus years in the d.c. su push of mclane, virginia, made the indiana voter registration invalid. late this morning, 600 miles away in an indianapolis courthouse. >> we agreed to disagree about the original decision. and we just semily put that behind us. >> with a late settlement, hammered out between attorneys. lugeer will reregister to vote at the family farm. >> people of indiana recent this kind of interference. an i think they are going to illustrate that with their vote. >> recent partisan polls unchallenged by lugeer's campaign suggest the opposite. >> citizen united survey has lugeer down to a single digit advantage in the primary less than seven weeks away. in a state where all campaign buttons are valuable political
, indiana. we will have a live report from the scene in just about five minutes. >>> more than 10,000 california college student will be ralliesing at the state -- rallying at the state capital tomorrow, raising awareness about tuition hikes, upset about paying more money for higher education while fact and staff members are being laid off. students want governor brown to reject any budget deal that includes education cuts or tuition hikes and supporting raising funds with a proposed tax hike on the rich. >>> and turning to our campaign 2012 coverage, mitt romney has won the presidential caucuss in the state of washington. providing more momentum as he heads into super tuesday, which is about 48 hours from now. now, with the votes in in all precinct, romney has 38%. not an overwhelming majority, but ron paul came in 2nd with 25% and rick santorum with 24% and newt gingrich has only 10%. this weekend romney has been highlighting his business background. >> with job so is badly needed, and with incomes having gone down, we need a president who knows the economy to fix the econ
, kentucky and indiana have been battered by powerful storms and large hailstones. one small town in indiana is said to have completely gone. let's speak to chad hinton who joins us from indiana. chad, i want to ask you first of all about these pictures you have sent us of this big tornado. tell me where you were when you took it and where you going to? >> yes, i was heading home from work, and i was just driving home to take shelter because the advance notice of the severe weather coming in. i was about two miles away from the tornado which, in my photos and video, it is over the henry bell, marysville area that was devastated. >> why are you not trying to get away? clearly, i understand that you live there, but were people not moving away from the area? this is not the only tornado. >> right, there were a lot. basically, you're told to seek shelter in your basement. in between work and home i was trying to get to the nearest point and get into the basement of the home. of course, we did not know exactly where the weather was. it was very rapidly developing. >> have you been able to get out
. and this is why. terrifying scenes on the ground. the view from a car window in indiana. and this, a monster funnel cloud just outside louisville. and this is what it sounds like on the ground. [ sirens ] those sirens blazing out their alarms. as we said, our team is spread across the storm zone. and we're going to begin now with abc's meteorologist, ginger zee, in jasper, indiana. she's been traveling alongside this storm all day. ginger? >> reporter: diane, at least six are dead across the region tonight. that number will rise. it is not rare to see tornadoes this time of year. but to see an outbreak of this magnitude certainly is, and it is not over. devastating twisters, sweeping through the heartland tonight. this one bearing down on louisville, kentucky. [ sirens ] >> we're now looking and seeing this tight rotation here. >> reporter: warnings like this, heard from the ohio valley to the deep south. all day, long-track supercell storms breeding clusters of tornadoes, racing at 70 miles per hour, destroying homes and leaving dozens injured or dead. in henryville, indiana, the damage has
school bus through the front of a diner in henryville, indiana, plus an entire town has been wiped off the map by devastating twisters. we will go live to the hardest hit areas. >>dave: and gas prices climb for the 25th straight day. there is no end in sight. can anything be done to ease your pain at the pump? >> it could cost you billions to bail out the auto industry but chevrolet is pulling the plug on the volt with poor sales. "fox & friends" begins right now. >>alisyn: good morning, everyone, and right to the breaking news, it has been devastated throughout the midwest. we are waking up to the weather alert because deadly twisters have torn up the country. >> tons of hopes ripped to pieces days after around round of tornadoes and some of the west damage in southern indiana, tornadoes leave 14 people dead there. >> we have total destruction in northeast clark county. and we have total destruction in parts of southern scott county. we have total destruction in parts of washington county. we have multiple fatalities that we are aware in the three counties. >>clayton: a dozen people k
the deep south and midwest. the storms killed 38 people alabama, georgia, indiana, kentucky ohio it is an extreme case of deja vu in northern alabama, 240 people were killed last april residents have spent the last 11 months recovering some homes rebuilt are in pieces again. >>> in indiana rescue teams are going door to door looking for survivors some towns have been completely wiped off the map. tucker barnes shows us the damage in the town of marysville. >> reporter: there is a new reality here in marysville indiana a town ravaged by friday's violent tornado outbreak. concrete slabs were homes used to be some just splintered shells. stunned homeowners are digging through what remains. >> you can't believe it until you see it with your eyes. it is heart breaking. >> reporter: this amateur video was shot friday. those who saw it say the funnel cloud moving east ward grew by the minute >> i couldn't even take cover it was mesmerizing and scary. >> reporter: storms cut a path of destruction across the hoosier state killing more than a dozen people. back in marysville the sound of
the region. the town you'll hear about today and tonight and tomorrow is henriville, indiana. reports out of there. about 600 homes. the town took a direct hit from a quarter mile-wide tornado. including the school that is there. we're going to try to get more information. they have had responders that are trying to get into henriville and finding it very difficult. they are calling for people to head to henryvill to help with the search and rescue. the storm has left the region. northern kentucky is where we're watching the worst of the storms. it went along the ohio river. now going through kentucky. if you're in walton, kentucky, or just south of there, the same tornado is still on the ground and heading for your area. you'll also notice the purple and reds. they are getting dangerously close to louisville. the strongest of the storms will go through louisville. there's not a tornado warning for louisville, but just to the west, there's a tornado warning. now is the time to gather your family if you're in the area. moving at 70 miles an hour. they will be in and out in a hurry. we'll a
tempore: the gentleman yields back. the chair recognizes the gentleman from indiana, mr. donnelly, for five minutes. mr. donnelly: thank you, madam speaker. today i rise to pay tribute to john oliver, an outstanding american citizen who has shown commitment and service to his hometown of plymouth, indiana, our state, and our country. a native of new castle in the united kingdom, 50 years ago this month john immigrated to the united states, on march 19, 1962, when he was only 19. in 1975 he officially became a suns citizen. -- a united states citizen. he is a dear friend not only to me but people around the country and world. he began his journey in the manufacturing industry as a laborer for a small research and development firm. he moved to plymouth, indiana, to work for that company, ultimately becoming its president in 1977. nine years later john purchased the company and renamed it u.s. granules. which today produces 50% of the world's granular ue lated aluminum. with his -- granulated aluminum. with his leadership it remains a leader in technology and in quality and they have
and cleanup efforts today. hari sreenivasan has the story. our colleagues at wtiu in bloomington, indiana, contributed to this report. >> reporter: the snow fell overnight in henryville, indiana, leaving a blanket of white over the tornado wreckage of homes and cars and adding new misery to what's left of the town of 2,000 people. wanda was one of the survivors. >> it has hindered it quite a bit because there are lo of people who still need tar on their roof. of course you can't get on the roof to do that. it's too dangerous. hopefully the sun is coming out now. i've already seen a lot of the snow starting to melt. hopefully through the, you know, through the day that maybe they'll be able to get more things done. we just continue to, you know, pick things up. make sure that everybody has their most urgent needs met, make sure if we can get electric and water and those kinds of basics supplies to people so that they can stay in their houses because some people are not going to leave their homes. >> the tornado that hit henryville on friday was the worst of a deadly day whipping into the t
her gnome in new piccan indiana. a hospital official says her entire family-- mother, father, brother, and sister-- were all killed in the storm. elsewhere in indiana, survivors are counting their blessings. elaine quijano is in the town of henryville tonight. >> reporter: wayne talbott used to have one of the best views in henryville but no longer. perched high on a hill, he sees only destruction. >> i worked all my life to have what we have, and it's all gone in 15 seconds, and... it's almost more than you can bear. >> reporter: just before the tornado reached his house, he managed to get his quadriplegic daughter to an interior room. then he heard the roar. >> i just got back in the front door, and went to shut the door and it hit and i couldn't close the door. i had to hold on to the door. >> reporter: he remembers saying a prayer. >> "dear lord, please take care of us." and he did. >> good girl, careful, find it. >> reporter: search teams scoured henryville, a town of 1900, for survivors. paige kolok and her partner patty hanifen, and search dog evie, began combing through the de
are now on the ground in kentucky and indiana. fema has also dispatched teams to those states to begin damage assessment. but one state is holding off on asking for federal help. ohio governor john kasich says first the state wants to assess the damage for themselves before asking the obama administration for assistance. cnn's athena jones is in tornado-ravaged henryville, indiana. athena, i want to start with the ohio governor's decision not to ask federal authorities to come into the states to survey the damage. and why he did that. >> reporter: well, from what we understand, carol, there's not as much damage in ohio as there is here in indiana. as you can see behind me, just this bus through this home. so ohio authorities right now are assessing the damage themselves. they believe at the moment that they are going to be able to handle it. of course, that could change at any moment. so they are holding off. what we understand, they are holding off on asking for federal help until they know that they need it, until they know they can't handle it themselves. as you know, the president,
's heartland, it appears damaged in southern indiana and western kentucky. tornadoes killed at least 39 people and in all 52 people have been killed by tornadoes in the past week. it stretched from the gulf coast to the great lakes. amateur photographer captured one twister forming near a gas station. they say another tornado packed wind gusts up to 175 miles per hour. >>> also this morning, a 2-year-old girl is in critical condition. she is the only member of her immediate family to survive one of those deadly tornadoes. coming up in less than 10 minutes. a story of sadden and hope and the toddler named angel. >> in overnight news. an ac transit passenger was pursued in oakland. >> they were chasing after the driver and what they believe was a stolen mercedes beans. they per sued him -- mercedes-benz and they couldn't overtake him. the passengers bumped his head and he is okay. the suspect after crashing his car, he was caught by police. >>> a high speed chase overnight in concord ended with a chase at 2:00 on clayton road. police tried to stop the car and it kept going. speeds topped 90 mile
, the wildcats look to avenge an early season loss to indiana on friday night in atlanta. north carolina enters week two with a big concern at point guard. its top play maker kendall marshall broke his wrist in the second round last weekend. his status is uncertain. joining me from charlotte, jay bilas, he is a college basketball analyst for espn and a world-class attorney. i am pleased to have him back on this program for march madness. welcome. >> thank you, charlie. great to be with you, as always. >> rose: what do you think of the tournament so far as predicted with a couple of exceptions, missouri, duke, and a few others. >> yeah, it's been a little bit volatile in spots. this is the first time 11 years we've had a number-two seed upset. there have only been four of those leading into this year's tournament since 1985 and then we have to in the same tournament with both missouri and duke going down to 15 seeds. we've never had a 15th seed win a game after that in the history of the tournament. no 16 has ever won and the margin of victory in those games keeps growing. i think over the last
a southern slider if you will. that snow starting to the west around illinois. around indiana and, yes, that includes also southern indiana. this is the same area we were talking about at the end of last week, the tornado ravaged areas of southern indiana and kentucky so they had snow on top of that just adding insult to injury. and that system made its way off to the east clipping us. next, cold air for us with those snow showers and flurries winding down around 7:00 or 7:30. a cold night, sunshine with real, chilly air that will be on tap throughout the day tomorrow. so cool day coming our way tomorrow. flurries ending. skies clearing but cold. sunset today 6:06. 31 to 37 degrees with a northwest wind at 10 to 15 miles per hour. then yeah. cold air for a change starting out again. sun is up at 6:32 tomorrow and when you head out the door you're definitely going to need your coat. 22 to 29 degrees for the temperature but by the afternoon should get up to 45 to 50 degrees. that's still a couple degrees below average. meanwhile take a look at this. your four day forecast. i think you're
all hoping would survive. she was a victim of last friday's deadly storm in indiana. taken from her home, found in a field, on life support. the family has made the decision to take her off life support. she is the 39th casualty now of friday's storms. >>> president obama preparing for a face-to-face showdown this morning with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. on the table, how to handle iran and its nuclear program. >>> and rush limbaugh stepping in it big time and the advertisers are dropping like flies, folks, bailing, because it just ain't right to call a law student a slut. why doesn't he get it? can the champion of the right overcome this or would this possibly become his imus moment. >> is it ever okay to call someone a slut? >> having been called a slut by one of my colleagues on the air, i would say it's not. so shut your cake hole, limbaugh. >> i came back to this nasty talk. >>> and this little girl we've been following. >> awful story. it's one of many we followed along the way following tornadoes. some of the pictures tend to look a lot the same. i keep calling
to discipline students outside the walls of the classroom? it is interesting. that's what an indiana bill is proposing. >> the bill states quote a student may be suspended or excelled for engaging an activity off school grounds. that means on weekend, holidays, school breaks even on summer students can get in trouble. >> doesn't have to be a legal trouble either. that leads us to the question of the day out of school in trouble just a sign or over the line? >>> i am seeing this across the country not just in indiana. i have friends who are principals and they already do this. they kick kids out of athletic events if they see a drinking photo on facebook. to me let the parents do their job. i am not condoning any of the behavior kids do outside of class, but it's outside of school property. >> it's like throwing in the towel and saying parents aren't doing the job of parenting they should so we will take control of it. teachers and administrators have enough to worry about. >> how about educating our kids. how about upping the grades and improving academic performance rather than worrying
indiana. a senator: i rise today in support of jobs and national security. first i want to take a moment to express my condolences to families who have lost loved ones in the tornadoes that struck indiana and other states on march 2. mr. lugar: last weekend senator coats and i toured the damaged areas of southern indiana and met with people who are dedicated to a full recovery from total devastation. i want to pay special tribute to advanced preparedness by the schools and many others that prevented even greater loss of life. also our gratitude goes out to the first responders who are doing amazing work in, some cases while facing their own devastating circumstances. i'm returning this weekend to encourage the continuing progress for recovery, and i'm working closely with governor daniels and other state officials to coordinate federal assistance that is appropriate given the level of devastation. madam president, i do rise in support of american jobs and national security in a very strong way and to encourage my colleagues to support the keystone x.l. pipeline amendment i've offered wit
and a dozen victims in indiana. three people were killed in ohio and one death in both alabama and georgia. and, now, freezing temperatures and snow make the situation more difficult for many survivors, rick reichmuth is live in henryville, indiana, which was so hard hit. rick? >> rick: one of the towns, the list you gave of the different states gives you an idea of how widespread the event was, one of the towns, henryville, and, national weather service officers have done the preliminary investigation and this was an ef-4 tornado that struck the area. i want to give you an idea of the damage that happens in an ef-4 tornado, this is a diner and a school because from the junior high school across the street, that ended up being hit -- excuse me, that bus was thrown across the street into the diner, come out here to the front of out and see the front of the bus, the bus has been ripped off of the chassis, this is the body of the bus, the chassis on the other side, and it goes into the building. seems like this is common here, across the street, is the high school, they've had to fence it off
, tragedy in indiana. family of five wiped out by a tornado. hear from the man that tried to help them. >> i saw death. i knew we were done. >> you saw death? >> i mean, at that point, i knew it was over. >>> the white house says president obama has reiterated to israeli prime minister netanyahu that he supports diplomacy backed by pressure in the effort to keep iran from getting a nuclear weapon. they met for two hours at the white house today to talk about iran's nuclear program. the president says hen ate netanyahu prefer a peaceful solution. >>> police in texas searching for answering in the killing of an iranian student. houston police doubled the reward for information about the murder of the 30-year-old woman who was active in a local group that demonstrates for freedom and human rights for native country iran. police are going on record saying they're not ruling out the possibility that iran itself could be behind the murder of the young woman. cnn's drew griffin has the story. >> reporter: galardi in 2010 was on the streets protesting with the group saabs houston together trying to
. tornado outbreak in southern indiana. these are pictures from henrysville, indiana, students were in a high school at the time when the tornado went through. there are people missing in that town. a town of marysville, indiana, is simply wiped awe off the map with a pop late of 1,900 people. the severe weather threat continues. the concern now is further to the west in areas of western kentucky and also western portions of tennessee. nashville saw a strong storm go through. we'll have more updates here on msnbc. now back to "hardball" with chris matthews. >>> welcome back to "hardball." you know things are looking bad when columnists like george will talk about the grim chances, if any, of winning the white house. republicans have to win in 2012. using words like awkward and dull to describe top candidates like romney. is it time for conservatives to forget the executive branch all together in 2012? or is this a bleak week in the primary. david corn is an msnbc political analyst. maggie, this sense we're getting from george will, that things aren't looking hope fful at all that it
with disabilities at 1-800-974-6006. >>> this is a fox news alert. storms leaving trails of destruction in indiana, kentucky and ohio, killing at least 20 people. it could continue to rise throughout the night as we receive local updates, some of the worst damage in southern indiana, violent weather there killing at least 14 people, wiping one town off the map and tearing a roof from a high school just days after a storm system triggered dozens of tornadoes and left 13 people dead in illinois, missouri, and kansas. the death toll rising tonight with a violent tornado outbreak across the mid west and southeast. storms killing at least 20 people in indiana, kentucky and ohio. stay with fox news channel for more on this developing story. a. >> i'm not going to argue that point because it absolutely has validity and this may shock you, leslie, you are not saying something that's wrong. here is where you are going wrong, all right? >> okay. >> bill: planned parenthood gives out this stuff and a lot of other clinics that gives it out. if all of the progressives in america feel so strongly about this fun
to the end of the process. look what we've given santorum. kentucky, west virginia, north carolina, indiana, wisconsin, even if he won all of those states with gingrich in the race getting some delegates, romney coming in second or coming in third and getting some delegates, look what happens. romney still clinching the nomination. still clinches the nomination. maybe. maybe if santorum could take away california romney still clinches the nomination. santorum would also have to win some place like new jersey to deny him. even then romney would have a big lead. that's one scenario. even if you take gingrich out on theory he exits the race say after a santorum victory in louisiana. most polls suggest again even being extraordinarily generous to senator santorum that romney will be difficult to beat. let me show you that scenario. going to change the map a little bit. first we go back to where we are today. give you a scenario. even if you take speecher gingrich out, let's say again santorum wins wisconsin, indiana, switch that one, let's say he wins west virginia, we'll switch that one. he wi
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